Possible to use the gallery "Share" menu

by Montario » Wed, 19 Jan 2011 09:42:49 GMT


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 Hi,
Dose anyone know if it's possible to use the Gallery "Share" menu from
my own application, like an indent?
It would be nice to be able to add the Share option to my menu instead
of writing the whole thing again.

Any answers appreciated!

Cheers,
/Montario

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Re: Possible to use the gallery "Share" menu

by TreKing » Wed, 19 Jan 2011 10:39:23 GMT


 




 http://androidforums.com/application-development/98031-share-intent.html 

 < http://androidforums.com/application-development/98031-share-intent.html> ;Found
via "android create share intent" google search.

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